rediscovery


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re·dis·cov·er

 (rē′dĭ-skŭv′ər)
tr.v. re·dis·cov·ered, re·dis·cov·er·ing, re·dis·cov·ers
To discover again or independently of someone who has made a prior discovery.

re′dis·cov′er·y (-ə-rē) n.

rediscovery

(ˌriːdɪˈskʌvərɪ)
n, pl -ies
the act, process, or an instance of discovering something again
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.rediscovery - the act of discovering again
discovery, find, uncovering - the act of discovering something
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rediscovery

[ˈriːdɪsˈkʌvərɪ] Nredescubrimiento m

rediscovery

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The Indian treasure, the curious plan found among Morstan's baggage, the strange scene at Major Sholto's death, the rediscovery of the treasure immediately followed by the murder of the discoverer, the very singular accompaniments to the crime, the footsteps, the remarkable weapons, the words upon the card, corresponding with those upon Captain Morstan's chart,--here was indeed a labyrinth in which a man less singularly endowed than my fellow-lodger might well despair of ever finding the clue.
The Renaissance movement first received definite direction from the rediscovery and study of Greek literature, which clearly revealed the unbounded possibilities of life to men who had been groping dissatisfied within the now narrow limits of medieval thought.
Narrating the skiing experience and rediscovery of the lost valley, Pierre said that he had visited and photographed several glaciers across the world but he had never come across such a challenging and beautiful glacier.
In February of this year, the internet was rattled by the sudden rediscovery of a 48-year-old Playboy interview with John Wayne.
The rediscovery of Wallace's giant bee brings new hope to the scientific and conservationist society, despite a recent report detailing the decline of insect populations worldwide.
"Messer's rediscovery gave us some insight, but we still know next to nothing about this extraordinary insect," said another team member, Eli Wyman from Princeton University in the United States.
In the pages of "Midlife Maze: A Map to Recovery and Rediscovery after Loss", seasoned psychologist Janis Clark Johnston looks at the geography of loss in midlife, the way it can affect us, and what we can do to get back on track or redirect ourselves when necessary.
A fashion exhibit in Human Ecology's Jill Stuart Gallery invited its audience to acknowledge and appreciate the beauty of cultures--their own and others, as well as to celebrate the rediscovery of cultural heritage as an inspiration for creators in all fields.
It was last seen in 1975 but is now up for sale after its surprise rediscovery.
Heritage revival and rediscovery are the main targets of Waslet Samaa's members; their chanting and singing is from the early generation of chanters' style.
The auction house did not identify the seller, a European private collector who acquired the work after its rediscovery and restoration which began around 2005.
"Joselu keeps his place and Gayle to come off the bench for me." Ian Simpson ENTERTAINMENT: Newcastle's Broken Doll pub from 25 years ago is brought to life on film after the rediscovery of a forgotten video tape.